This capirotada, or Mexican bread pudding, features layers of nuts, cheese, dried fruit, and bread drizzled with cinnamon-infused sugar syrup.To discover more south-of-the-border favorites, see our complete collection of Mexican recipes.
This bead pudding is made with walnuts or pinon nuts, pineapple, raisins, and cheese covered in a cinnamon syrup. It's delicious warm or cold.
this is the capirotada I ate as a child .my mom made it just for holidays and we ate it all up. .thank you . Read more. Cantante 6 5 3/4/2018. This is the best and most authentic capirotada recipe EVER, but I did alter it a bit to suit my family’s preferences. I added: 2 large peeled, sliced apples, golden delicious 2 cups of pit...
An Authentic Mexican Capirotada Recipe A Bread Pudding Dessert for Lent. O ne of the most traditional—and delicious—Lenten dishes in Mexico is this Capirotada recipe for a type of bread pudding with cheese that is both sweet and savory at the same time. Legend says that Capirotada was invented as a way to use up leftovers before beginning the Lenten fast.
Ingredients. 1 lb. stale white bread, torn into bite-sized pieces 1 stick of unsalted butter 3 tablespoons canola oil 2 cups light sugar 1 cup water 1 cinnamon stick (3-inch or 7.5 cm in length) 1 cup chopped pecans, toasted 1 cup raisins 1/2 cup farmer cheese or queso fresco 1/3 cup shredded monterrey cheese 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 tablespoon grated orange peel 1-1/2 teaspoon grated ...
Capirotada, or Mexican Bread Pudding, is a traditional Mexican recipe eaten during Lent.It is a favorite dessert or sweet treat especially on Fish Fridays. Watch the VIDEO below to make this recipe.
Mexican Bread Pudding (Capirotada) This dessert, layered with cheese and soaked in a syrup made with piloncillo, a type of brown sugar used in Mexican cooking, is a traditional Lenten feast dish ...
Bread puddings do not tend to be particularly photogenic dishes, but they certainly count as comfort food to millions of Latin Americans. This dish came to the New World with the Spanish, and nowadays each country or region has its special version. In Mexico, Capirotada is prepared mainly during Lent (the Christian season leading up to Easter) and is eaten as a dessert, breakfast, or snack.
Even though I prefer to think that a very savvy woman seeing the approach of lent decided to make good use of what she has leftover in the kitchen before the fasting days of Lent, and then Capirotada was created. Just picture her looking at the dry pieces of bread. Capirotada Mexicana
Capirotada is a Mexican bread pudding served at Lent that’s popular in Texas. It’s made with bread, cheese, and a simple sugar syrup infused with warm spices such as cinnamon and cloves. Nuts and dried fruit are also popular additions.